1. Nadus – No Feels (Snappy Jit Work Refix)
2. Snappy Jit – Fat Burna
3. Bombs Away & Oh Snap – Squats (Kronic & Oski Remix)
4. Wuki ft. Snappy jit – BB vs LB
5. Dj Big O – Make Your Booty Go (Remix)
6. Ruthless & LNY TNZ – DUMDUM (Remedy Remix)
7. Tampa Tony – Take It Back Girl
8. Diplo & Alvaro – 6th Gear (feat. Kstylis) [GTA Remix]
9. Diplo ft. CL – Dr. Pepper (LH4L Remix)
10. Mr. Carmack – Hit That
11. D.R.A.M. – Cha Cha (Falcons Remix)
12. Happy Colors x Dj Blass – Esos Son Reebok o Son Nike
13. Snappy Jit – Bumpa (Banginclude Dembow Version)
14. Choppa Dunks & Clips X Ahoy – Shelala
15. Valentino Khan – Deep Down Low (G-Buck Remix)
16. La Tartine – Vybz
17. Miss Nana – Nobodys Business (Dj Taj Remix)
18. Fetty Wap – My Way (Snappy Jit Remix)
19. DJ ToeDoe Ray Lo – Ride Out ( Dem Damn Dogs)
20. Snappy Jit – Snap On Da Chat
21. GTA – LCA
22. Eva Simons – Policeman (Beau Di Angelo x NAMTO Remix)
23. Charly Black – Party Animal (BrainDeaD Remix)
24. Machel Montano – Bruck It
25. JSTJR ft. Snappy Jit – Throw it Back
26. Jaymes Young – Two More Minutes (Instant Party! Remix)
Directed by Jim of Yellow Claw himself, the official music video for “In My Room (feat. Ty Dolla $ign & Tyga)” ups our Monday. Filled with hot girls, the LA skyline and a poppin’ party, you wouldn’t expect anything less!
Director: Jim Taihuttu
D.O.P.: Stephan Polman
1st AC: Arthur Zajac
1st AD: Thijs Bazelmans
2nd Camera: Fabio de Frel
DIT: Eric Kim
Grip: Tim Olthof
Grip: Mike Grey
Gaffer: Anderson Lau
G&E Swing: Theodore Hyppolite
Best Boy: Eli Just
Executive Producer: Julius Ponten
Producer: Tamara Zeenny
Production Manager: Hannah R. Blackwell
Production Assistant / Wrangler: Lena Mesiano
Production Assistant / Driver: Gaither Narron
Production Assistant: Emily Blackwell
Production Assistant: Joe Mesiano
Runner: Reggie de Wit
Production Designer: Michelle Patterson
Art Assistant: Hannah Wallock
Styling: Devon Nuszer
Makeup & Hair: Kristi Hesselberg
Assistant Makeup & Hair: Katherine Robbins
Location Scout: Kevan Tucker
Site REP: Alex Berechet
Set Security: Delone Robinson
Editor: Wouter van Luijn
Assistant Editor: Daan Ader
Grading: Erik van den Heuvel
Music can be about lifting the spirit, having a good time or actually remembering a lost love, it can be political intended or plain basic in terms of lyrical content, it can be the soundtrack of your life, or an annoying earworm.
Music can’t be defined by a tag, or put in a strictly context when we talk about a genre, movement or identity.
Mainly because music is a reflection of people. And we can’t simply generalize people.
This reflection, is the foundation for today’s post which somehow tries to put a highlight on people who are actively trying to create a conscious change in the perception of what we might consider THIS or THAT.
That being said, this post might not necessarily have names that resonate on everyone’s however the impact of the releases is measured by the feedback from the public and what really means for their specific scene, at this particular moment.
Lets begin with Ghana, Mozambique, Portugal & Brazil, all combined in a Gato Preto ft Edu K track. These guys are dropping an incredible futuristic Kuduro-Bass with some heavy riff guitars and super catchy lyrics called Barulho ( or in English Ruckus)
Around 2008 Mad Decent helped to release an artist from Guatemala called Meneo, and ever since we have kept him in our radar, however it is been a while since we dropped his music here.
El Jardin sees the dynamic approach to the “world electronic music” Meneo has, by blending vibes of moombah with dub, Argentinian folklore, and bass. But most important. His music has a meaning, that is up to the viewer.
Enjoy the video of EL JARDIN
Moving towards Canadian rap scene, there is much more than drake.
Topping all the local charts for solid months, we believe it is fair to give a share of the spotlight to one of the guys who keeps the hip-hop scene super fresh in the top part of the continent.
Check and support Relic’s the 13th Floor . (Pay what you can option)
Serious release coming from Russia. Deekline enlists the skills of Feyder and Steppa Style for two monstrous skank-wise reggae bubblers; The Spruddy One-featured “Overcome” and the Ragga Twins-fronted “Sound Burial”. The former flexes with a rapid Eek-A-Mouse-style vocals while the latter rips with the hype you’d expect from Deman Rockers and Flinty Badman.
Also part of these jungle cakes comes a fast BPM tune called I smoked a pliff
Striking from Sao Paulo, our homeboys Chernobyl e Jimmy Luv, feat. Sistah Mó Respect got remixed by Dom Magoo.
(Pay what you can)
Straight from Miami & France
Continuing the Chinese Bass scene we have posted in the last 6 months, we are happy to announce there is a 3rd installation of the Do hits compilations.
This time the intrepid Harikiri brings his style to the series.
Last but never least, there is this C.Z. EP
This particular track gives full circle to what Mad Decent’s roundcloud is all about
It’s like Christmas came early! Yellow Claw’s debut album, Blood For Mercy, is out today. Even though Yellow Claw is known for their party-hard vibes, this 16-track LP nods to their Amsterdam trap roots and simultaneously explores an unprecedented level of versatility. Yellow Claw takes you on a seamless journey from grimy trap beats in “Ride or Die,” to extreme hardstyle in “Kaolo Pt. 3,” to new age hip-hop/Pop with their DJ Mustard collab “In My Room,” and even getting tropical with “Wild Mustang”. Blood For Mercy may surprise you with calmer undertones, but don’t let that fool you, because it’s packed with more than enough punch.
“Catch Me (Feat. Naaz),” the latest single off Yellow Claw’s Blood For Mercy, is the brainchild of a first time original collab with bass-music visionary, Flux Pavilion, producer of hits like “Bass Cannon” and “I Can’t Stop.” Topped off with vocals from up & coming Dutch singer, Naaz, this track adds an unexpected dimension to the trio’s well-known Bass and Trap stylings.
RiFF RAFF’s “Tip Toe Wing In My Jawwdinz” gets the Mr. Carmack and Big Makk treatment! Mr. Carmack, a forward-thinking producer most associated with the likes of Team Supreme and Soulection, and Big Makk, part of the original Jeffrees fam, team up for the first time and make it their own. Download the song for free on Big Makk’s SoundCloud and add this to the top of your weekend playlist!
Big up to Major Lazer, DJ Snake & MØ! “Lean On” has dethroned Ed Sheeran’s “Thinking Out Loud” and is now the #1 most streamed track on Spotify with over 526M plays worldwide since release! Let that sink in…526,000,000! But, we couldn’t have done it without you. WE ONLY NEED YOU TO LEAN ON!️#1️⃣
4B has been teasing “Pop Dat” in his sets all Summer and now, 4B & Aazar continue the hype with this free release! Luke’s 90’s Miami Bass hit has officially been Jersey Club’ed & trapped out. We’re keeping “Pop Dat” on 🔂